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Mushroom Gravy — A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Mushroom Gravy – A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Easy Mushroom Gravy Recipe

Gravy can turn an ordinary meal into something extraordinary. But when we’re talking about mushroom gravy, it levels things up even more.

This easy mushroom gravy recipe is made with fresh mushrooms, fresh thyme and rosemary, onions, butter, and savory beef broth to create maximum flavor in every spoonful!

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

No fancy chef skills or roasted meat drippings needed here – just straightforward ingredients and basic steps to create an easy and foolproof sauce that will make your meals even better.

Love the looks of the pork recipe shown with this succulent gravy with mushrooms? That’s my Glazed Pork Loin Roast recipe. Also shown are my Classic Mashed Potatoes and Orange Glazed Brussels Sprouts.

Mushroom Gravy – A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Can You Taste the Mushrooms?

The mushroom flavor is actually not too overpowering in the sauce.

However, from a texture and visual perspective, nice big slices of mushrooms can create the illusion of thinking there’s more robust mushroom flavor (than there actually is).

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

What If I Don’t Like Mushrooms?

There are few foods that generate as much polarity as mushrooms do as I have learned from nearly 15 years of blogging and thousands of recipes later!

If you don’t like mushrooms, or you’re serving this to friends and family who are mushroom-averse, this probably isn’t the gravy for you.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

However, I have three amazing gravy alternatives:

  1. Turkey Gravy From Drippings – This is the most classic gravy that you can make, and if you’ve made a whole bird, this is the logical choice, especially if you’re serving it for the holidays.
  2. Slow Cooker Turkey Breast + Gravy – Not roasting a whole bird? If you have some pan drippings from a turkey breast instead, this is an easy gravy to make, and doesn’t make a ton.
  3. Beef Tips + Gravy – This recipe does use the premise that you’ve made beef tips, and have pan drippings to use (and it also uses mushrooms in the gravy but you can omit them if you’d like) and the recipe produces lots of savory gravy.
Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Ingredients in Homemade Mushroom Gravy

Made with common and easy to find fridge and pantry ingredients, here’s what you’ll need to make this mushroom gravy recipe:

  • Unsalted butter
  • Yellow onion
  • Fresh mushrooms – White (white button), cremini (brown button), baby portobello
  • Garlic cloves
  • Soy sauce
  • Fresh thyme leaves
  • Fresh rosemary
  • All-purpose flour
  • Beef broth – I recommend reduced sodium
  • Salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper

Note: Scroll down to the recipe card section of the post for the ingredients with amounts included and for more complete directions.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

What Kind of Mushrooms Are Best For Mushroom Gravy?

You can use any kind of mushrooms for this gravy provided they are fresh mushrooms. The one exception being using dried mushroom powder or mushroom broth if you want to amp up the flavor of this gravy but they are not common ingredients the way regular ‘ole fresh mushrooms are.

While I tend to use two containers (8 ounces each) of sliced “basic” white button mushrooms, you can mix-and-match the types of mushrooms used.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

White or white button, cremini or brown button, or baby portobello mushrooms are great as a base and for a rich deep flavor.

Shiitake mushrooms(and baby portobello to an extent) mushrooms will amp up the unmai flavor and give this more of a mushroom-forward flavor.

Using a mix of wild mushrooms like chanterelles, morels, or porcini will bring a complex and earthy flavor to your gravy. If you really love mushrooms, you can incorporate them.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Tip: Buy Sliced Mushrooms

Buying containers of fresh sliced mushrooms from your local grocery store is a time saver because you don’t need to spend the time slicing them.

And I find that sliced mushrooms have already been cleaned quite well and so I don’t bother rinsing or cleaning them the way I would with whole mushrooms which can literally have chunks of dirt hanging on the base. Your mileage may vary of course.

Unlike most items which are more expensive the more convenient they are – cut up fruit being much more costly than buying the whole fruit and cutting it yourself – mushrooms tend to be the same price ounce for ounce sliced vs. whole.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

How to Make Mushroom Gravy

This is one of those impressive yet simple to make recipes which I love! It will be ready in about 35 minutes from start to finish and most of that time is spent simmering.

Here are the steps to making this luscious mushroom onion gravy:

Step 1: Melt the butter in a large skillet and sauté the onions over medium-high heat.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Step 2: Add the mushrooms and cook until soft, then add the garlic, soy sauce, and herbs.

Step 3: Sprinkle the flour over the mushroom mixture and cook while stirring for 1 minute.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Step 4: Pour in the broth and simmer the gravy for 15 – 20 minutes until thickened.

Step 5: Season with salt, pepper, and additional herbs if desired before serving.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Gravy Recipe Variations and Substitutions

The key to creating the perfect mushroom gravy is to experiment and adjust the seasonings to your liking. Whether you’re serving it with Thanksgiving dinner or a weeknight roast, there’s a mushroom gravy variation for every occasion!

  • Vegetarian: Substitute the beef broth for vegetable broth. 
  • Gluten free: Substitute the all-purpose flour for gluten free flour if you’re looking for a gluten-free option. 
  • Soy free: Substitute the soy sauce for coconut aminos. 
  • Vegan gravy: Turn this into a vegan mushroom gravy recipe by using vegan butter and replace the beef broth with vegan vegetable broth.
  • For an extra punch of flavor: Add a splash of dry white wine (chardonnay, pinot grigio, or sauvignon blanc) or cooking sherry to the gravy. Or brighten it up with a squeeze of lemon or a drizzle of balsamic vinegar.
  • Bacon variation: For a richer flavor, cook 2 or 3 slices of bacon in a pan and use the drippings instead of butter. Chop the bacon and add it to the gravy.
  • Make it creamy: Add a splash of heavy cream or half-and-half for a luxurious texture.
  • Spicy: Add a kick to your gravy by sprinkling in some crushed red pepper flakes or a pinch of cayenne pepper.
Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Tips for The Best Mushroom Gravy

Herbs: More than likely if you’re making this gravy, it’s for a special occasion and you’ll already have fresh herbs on hand for other dishes you’re making. Fresh herbs are the way to go.

However, if you only have dried herbs on hand, you can use them. Reduce the quantity by half. So 1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary vs. 1 teaspoon fresh rosemary.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Broth: I suggest reduced sodium beef broth because as the gravy simmers and liquid evaporates, the saltiness from the broth concentrates, which is why I like to start off with a reduced sodium broth. You can always add more salt at the end if you think it needs it.

Whisking: Gradually add the broth to the mushroom mixture while whisking continuously to achieve a smooth consistency. And as the gravy simmers, be sure to whisk or give it a stir frequently.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Use warm or room-temperature broth: Cold broth can cause the flour and butter to seize and form lumps.

Skim the Fat: If you’re making this gravy from pan drippings from fattier cuts of roasted meat (such as roast beef, prime rib, pork roast) instead of using the 4 tablespoons butter, skim off any excess fat before adding it to the roux to avoid greasy gravy.

Note that if you’re making this gravy with pan drippings from turkey, skimming is not necessary since it’s such a lean protein. See the FAQs for info about how to make mushroom gravy with pan drippings.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

What Goes With Mushroom Gravy?

Gravy is one of those things that makes everything that much better! If you’re wondering with what dishes does this easy mushroom gravy pair well with, I’ve got plenty of suggestions.

Turkey:

Chicken:

Pork and Pork Chops:

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Meatloaf:

Beef:

Potatoes and Other Sides:

But it doesn’t stop there! I’ve got potatoes and sides for days that won’t complain if you drizzle over a generous portion of homemade mushroom gravy:

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Recipe FAQs

What’s the best way to clean mushrooms?

Gently wipe away any dirt with a damp cloth. I sometimes quickly dip them in running water from my kitchen faucet. I know experts say this isn’t ideal but sometimes you get a really dirty batch of mushrooms and frankly I would rather give a quick dunk under fresh water than eat dirt!

It’s important not to soak the mushrooms in water because they are like sponges and they’ll quickly become waterlogged.

Why is my gravy lumpy?

When making gravy, one of the most important kitchen tools is a whisk. Without whisking, you run the risk of lumpy gravy.

Can I use cornstarch instead?

A cornstarch slurry can sometimes thicken quickly but then thin out as it cooks.

I find flour easier to work with and it always gives me consistently good results for this recipe so I would stick with it. If you’re concerned about the gluten, you can try with gluten-free flour that’s intended to replace AP flour and see how it works for yo.

Can I use pan drippings instead of butter?

Yes you can! If you’re cooking chicken or turkey, you can replace the same amount of the drippings – meaning the fat, juices, and the browned bits at the bottom of the pan – for the butter.

If you have 4 tablespoons drippings, use 4 tbsp drippings in place of the 4 tbsp butter. If you have only 3 tablespoons drippings, then you will need to add 1 tbsp butter so that you have 4 tablespoons total of “fat” (drippings OR butter).Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Can I make mushroom gravy ahead of time?

Yes, you can make mushroom gravy in advance. Store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to three days. Reheat it gently on the stovetop or in the microwave when needed.

However, if you are making this for a special holiday meal like Thanksgiving or Christmas, I would make it the day before, max, and not try to stretch it up to 3 days.

How can I thicken mushroom gravy if it’s too thin? 

If your gravy is too thin, you can thicken it by creating a slurry with equal parts water and flour and then whisking it into the simmering gravy. Alternatively, let it simmer uncovered for a bit longer to reduce and thicken naturally.

What if my gravy turns out too thick?

If your gravy becomes overly thick, you can thin it out by gradually adding more broth, water, or even a bit of wine (a few tablespoons) while stirring until you reach your desired consistency.

What can I do if I don’t like the texture of mushrooms but want a mushroom-flavored gravy?

If you want the mushroom flavor without the texture, you can strain the gravy before serving to remove any mushroom pieces.

Alternatively, you can use dried mushroom powder or mushroom broth for a subtle mushroom flavor without the actual mushrooms.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

Storage Instructions

This gravy can be kept in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. You can also freeze it for later use in an airtight container or a freezer bag for up to 3 months. Let frozen gravy thaw in the fridge overnight before reheating.

How to Reheat Gravy

Gently reheat the gravy in a saucepan on the stovetop over low heat while stirring frequently.

Or you can put it in a 2 to 4-cup Pyrex glass measuring cup, cover with plastic wrap, and reheat in the microwave in 20-second bursts until it’s hot enough.

When reheating leftover gravy, I like to set it out on the counter for 30 minutes or so if I can plan ahead, before actually zapping it in the microwave. Taking that cold edge off makes reheating more even.

Mushroom Gravy - A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!

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Mushroom Gravy

By Averie Sunshine
A rich, hearty, and very flavorful gravy recipe to perfectly complement your favorite dishes and holiday recipes! Made with mushrooms, onions, and butter for maximum comfort food flavor! An EASY gravy recipe that will impress everyone at your next Thanksgiving, Christmas, or special family gathering!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 3 cups
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Ingredients  

  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 1 medium yellow onion, finely chopped
  • 16 ounces fresh mushrooms, sliced (white button, cremini/brown button, baby portobello)*
  • 2 garlic cloves, finely minced
  • 1 tablespoon reduced sodium, lite soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon fresh thyme, 1 to 1 1/2 teaspoons dried thyme may be substituted
  • 1 teaspoon fresh rosemary, 1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary may be substituted
  • ¼ cup all-purpose flour
  • 3 cups reduced sodium beef broth
  • ¾ teaspoon salt, or to taste – plus more if desired
  • ¾ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, or to taste – plus more if desired

Instructions 

  • To a large, high-sided saute pan or skillet, add the butter, and heat over medium-high heat to melt.
  • Add the onions, and saute for about 3 minutes, or until beginning to soften and they're fragrant.
  • Add the sliced mushrooms, and saute for about 8 to 10 minutes, or until softened, stir very frequently.
  • Add the garlic, soy sauce, herbs, and cook for 1 minute; stir constantly so you don't burn the garlic.
  • Evenly sprinkle the flour over the top, stir to toss and coat with the mushrooms, and cook for 1 minute. Tips – In essence, you are making a roux in this step, which means you are using butter + flour to create a thickening agent, and as the gravy simmers in the next step, the roux will help it to thicken, so it's very important not to shortcut this step. Also, don't shortcut it because you don't want to add the broth until the flour cooks a bit, otherwise you'll have the terrible taste of raw flour in your finished gravy.
  • Reduce the heat to medium-low or low, add the broth slowly, and whisk constantly while you're adding it. Tip – This prevents the finished gravy from being lumpy so make sure to whisk.
  • Allow the gravy to simmer uncovered for about 15 to 20 minutes, or until desired consistency has been achieved. Tips – Make sure to stir or whisk very frequently as the gravy simmers to make sure it's cooking evenly, and nothing is sticking at the bottom of the skillet. It's helpful to sometimes run a rubber-tipped spatula around the base of the pan, like you're scraping a bowl, to ensure you've gotten everything.
  • Taste the gravy and add the salt, pepper, stir to combine, and add additional S & P to taste, if desired. Or perhaps extra herbs or spices, as desired, before serving over or alongside your favorite entrees or sides – see blog post for tons of recipe ideas!
  • Extra gravy will keep airtight in the fridge for up to 5 days or in the freezer for up to 3 months. Reheat leftover gravy (from room temp if possible) gently over a small saucepan or in the microwave.

Notes

*Mushrooms – While I tend to use two containers (8 ounces each) of sliced "basic" white button mushrooms, you can mix-and-match the types of mushrooms used.
White or white button, cremini or brown button, or baby portobello are great as a base and for a rich deep flavor.
Shiitake mushrooms(and baby portobello to an extent) mushrooms will amp up the unmai flavor and give this more of a mushroom-forward flavor.
Using a mix of wild mushrooms like chanterelles, morels, or porcini will bring a complex and earthy flavor to your gravy. If you really love mushrooms, you can incorporate them.
I also buy two containers that are 8-ounces each of already sliced mushrooms. It's no more expensive, there is less work slicing, the mushrooms themselves tend to be much cleaner compared to whole mushrooms.
**To make the recipe vegetarian, use reduced sodium vegetable broth rather than beef broth. To make the recipe gluten-free, use gluten-free flour intended for cooking and baking. To make the recipe soy-free, use coconut aminos rather than lite soy sauce.

Nutrition

Serving: 1, Calories: 94kcal, Carbohydrates: 8g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 6g, Saturated Fat: 4g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g, Cholesterol: 15mg, Sodium: 395mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 2g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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  1. 5 stars
    This is by far the easiest and tastiest gravy I have ever made. After tasting my husband looked at me and said wow. I will gladly slather this on everything.
    I served this with pork sausage links and mashed potatoes.
    10 stars

  2. 5 stars
    This is by far the easiest and tastiest gravy I have ever made. After tasting my husband looked at me and said wow. I will gladly slather this on everything.
    I served this with pork sausage links and mashed potatoes.
    10 stars

    1. Thanks for the 5 star review and I am glad this was the easiest and tastiest gravy you’ve ever made! That’s very high praise! And husband-approved too!

      Thanks for making this the literal day I posted it, too! Always nice for me to have immediate feedback!